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Old 16th November 2011, 01:38 AM
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Question Fedora 16's Grub2 is out of focus when Fedora boots.

I mean, everytime I turn on my pc, I see the Grub shifted to the right. It seems to me it's too big, and part of the system names can't be read.

So, I think I have to change the Grub resolution or something like that, but I don't know what files I have to change o modify. I'd also like to display an image in the Grub, but the same... I don't know what files should be modified.

Grub2 is kinda different.

Thanks for your patience and help in advance.
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